NEW YORK -- New York City's metropolitan area airports are reporting up to two-hour delays due to the weather.
The Federal Aviation Administration's website says LaGuardia Airport's incoming flights are experiencing average delays of 1 hour and 34 minutes Friday morning.
Flights destined for Newark International Airport in New Jersey are delayed an average of 2 hours.
At John F. Kennedy International Airport, departure and arrival delays are 15 minutes or less.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the airports' operator, says a total of 300 flights were canceled at the three airports, most in advance of the storm.
It says delays are mostly due to low cloud ceilings and snow.
There are no problems at the Port Authority's tunnels, bridges and PATH trains.
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